When you purchase a car, not only do you need to take the initial cost of the vehicle itself into consideration, but also its maintenance cost. That means you need to consider the cost of registering it, its estimated MPG, how much repair it is likely to need, and how much it will take to insure it. Here are a few tips for making sure you're buying a car that won't cost you a fortune in insurance premiums.
- Auto insurance can be expensive, but there are ways to get your insurance cheaper, so you can spend your money where you want to instead of on expensive premiums. Here are three ways you can save cash through paying upfront, shopping around, and designing your own plan. 1. Pay Up Front You may think insurance costs too much to pay up front, but if you pay for a year or six months instead of monthly, you'll save yourself a substantial amount of money.